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Stockholm Heat Project ready for Deployment

Published May 31, 2024

Flatburn devices with equipped thermal and air quality sensors are ready for deployment on the streets of Stockholm, in collaboration with PreZero, Liselotte Lööf and Move By Bike.

"Flatburn LTE devices have been designed and assembled to capture Stockholm's environmental data on PM1.0, PM2.5, PM4 and PM10 particulates, CO and NO2 gases, and also thermal imaging of sidewalks and façades", says Andrei Speridião, MIT Senseable City Lab.

In the EE lab, we assembled six newly designed Flatburn LTE devices in partnership with FAE Technology, responsible for its electronics design, while the fabrication space at KTH was kindly provided to us by Prof. Mykola Ivchenko at the Student Workshop, Teknikringen 31.

How's your perceived heat in the city?

Stockholm Heat researchers led by Ulla Mörtberg at KTH have also devised a survey about the perceived heat in the city as they want to know more about how citizens are experiencing the temperature in Stockholm.
You can contribute to the project by answering the short survey.